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12" Length of rail, Midland Railway, 100lbs per yard; 65 lb
12" splicing tube D3421
15" feeder ear, D2451 for 4/o S
15o spring back trail frog, tongue on straight D.4725.
18 3/4" Mec splicing ear D.5427.
18" Mec ear for 3/0 S.W.G grooved wire fitted with wire.
18" Mec ear for 3/0 S.W.G. round wire.
18" Mec splicing ear for 4/0 S
2 1/2" galvanised mild steel single clevis globe strain insu
2 1/2" galvanised mild steel, one eye one screw globe strain
25 degree by 18" crossing D4848.
3" galavanised mild steel single clevis giant strain insulat
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